Ute Pass, CO Carriage And Train Collision, June 1890
KILLED BY EXCURSION TRAIN.
TWO WOMEN DEAD AND ONE SEVERELY INJURED AT UTE PASS -- MEMBERS OF A TOURISTS PARTY.
Colorado Springs, June 29. -- A carriage containing four ladies, a young man and the driver, while attempting to cross the Midland track at Ute Pass today, was struck by the Midland excursion train. The carriage was utterly demolished and MRS. COSGROVE of Chicago was instantly killed.
MRS. WOLF of Newark, N.J., received injuries from which she died in two hours.
MRS. GILL of Chicago had both legs broken and MRS. WILSON of the same city was severely bruised.
The driver and the young man escaped.
The ladies belonged to the Travelers Protective Association party who are now making a tour of the State.
Boston Daily Globe Massachusetts 1890-06-30